The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Child Bereavement UK’s Centre in Stratford on January 11th to mark their one year anniversary. They met with professionals, volunteers and families before attending a support session. Earlier in the day, the Duchess visited the Anne Freud Centre in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Child Bereavement UK’s Centre in Stratford, where they met professionals and volunteers, before meeting families and children supported by the charity. The Duke and Duchess also attended a Family Support Group session, which help children, parents, and carers dealing with bereavement, and took part in a ‘Memory Jar’ activity. Later, they cut a cake marking the centre’s one year anniversary.
The Duke wore a navy suit with a dotted tie. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a blue Eponine coat dress with her sapphire and diamond earrings.